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The industrial 4G and 5G trial is part of the France Recovery plan Steel producer ArcelorMittal France, Orange Business Services and Ericsson announced the launch of 5G Steel to test …

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German sports car manufacturer Porsche has recruited Ericsson for a private 5G network at its manufacturing production complex in Leipzig, in Germany. Porsche is using an enterprise 5G licence from …

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Nokia and Telia have combined to deploy a private 5G network for Canada-based Agnico Eagle Mines in Finland. The new 5G standalone (SA) setup will support above and below ground …

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German system integrator (SI) Siticom has secured a contract to deploy a private 5G network at the WISTA Science and Technology Park in Berlin-Adlershof in Germany. Siticom is working with …

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Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is testing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) on a widening network of high-definition (HD) cameras in order to detect wildfires across 70,000 …

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Local smart-city IoT startup GreenCityZen is to connect up to 5,000 downpipes in the urban drainage network in the city of Marseille, in France, with Sigfox-based low-power IoT sensors. The …

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Hyperscalers, with only varied and newly acquired in-house 5G knowledge, are outpacing telcos, with 40 years in the game, at private 5G, according to new research from Omdia. The analyst …

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US smart buildings and performance materials conglomerate Honeywell is to open an advanced research and development (R&D) testing facility in the Czech Republic for its Honeywell Intelligrated warehouse automation business. …

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London-headquartered industrial AR startup XYZ Reality has released its new AR headset, the Atom, for the construction industry. The new product (see promo video at the bottom of the page) …

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It is a good question, and maybe the only question for mobile operators going into the Industry 4.0 space. Camille Mendler, a chief analyst at Omdia, asked it of Google …

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